Palliative Care After Neonatal Intensive Care: Contributions Of Leonetti Law And Remaining Challenges

Title

Palliative Care After Neonatal Intensive Care: Contributions Of Leonetti Law And Remaining Challenges

Creator

Kuhn P; Dillenseger L; Cojean N; Escande B; Zores C; Astruc D

Identifier

10.1016/j.arcped.2016.11.012

Publisher

Archives De Pediatrie

Date

2017

Subject

Newborn Intensive Care; Palliative Therapy; Patient Right; Terminal Care; Artificial Feeding; Brain Damage; Climate; Clinical Practice; Clinical Study; Decision Making; Drug Withdrawal; Dying; Emotion; Ethics; Health Promotion; Human; Human Dignity; Hydration; Life Sustaining Treatment; Medical Decision Making; Medical Ethics; Medical Practice; Neonatology; Newborn; Palliative Therapy; Perinatal Care; Perinatal Nursing; Quality Of Life; Short Survey; Survival; Terminal Care; Treatment Withdrawal

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Citation List Month

April 2017 List

Citation

Kuhn P; Dillenseger L; Cojean N; Escande B; Zores C; Astruc D, “Palliative Care After Neonatal Intensive Care: Contributions Of Leonetti Law And Remaining Challenges,” Pediatric Palliative Care Library, accessed August 4, 2021, https://pedpalascnetlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/10869.

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